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President Peter S. Bowen Renews Contract At Servite High School

The board of directors at Servite High School recently announced that Peter S. Bowen will remain as school president for three more years. Bowen, a retired Marine Corps officer and AV-8B Harrier pilot, has already acted as school president for 13 successful years. Under Bowen’s leadership, the...

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What President Trump Needs To Fix

Walking across St. Monica’s schoolyard on a rainy Friday morning — six people sharing one umbrella — was a rare SoCal wet adventure. We were headed for the elementary school’s new Learning Commons, which was part of the new middle school program. Four classrooms had been remodeled just for...

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Our Lady Of Lourdes Teacher Receives National Recognition For Excellence

A teacher at Our Lady of Lourdes School in Northridge will receive an award from the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) for her dedication to excellence in the classroom and for her strong Catholic educational philosophy. Christine Glaspy will receive the Lead Learn Proclaim...

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Chaminade College Preparatory Mourns Loss Of Brother Skip Matthews

The students and faculty of Chaminade College Preparatory in West Hills are mourning the loss of a religious brother who energetically served for more than 20 years on the school’s campus ministry, discussing social justice issues with the students as well as his beloved Los Angeles Dodgers...

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St. Gabriel Mission High School International Alumna Excels In Academia

San Gabriel Mission High School is celebrating the academic success of one of their international alumnus, who received a full scholarship to Princeton’s Ph.D. program in chemical and biomolecular engineering. Thao Nguyen, who is from Vietnam, began as a sophomore at San Gabriel before...

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This Cloistered Nun Got Her Doctorate In Aerospace Engineering

New Dehli, India, Dec 7, 2016 / 06:05 am (CNA/EWTN News).- A cloistered nun in India came out of her convent for an extraordinary reason: to attend a graduation ceremony for her doctorate in Aerospace Engineering. “I had joined the religious order after my final oral exam last year, and this...

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Catholic Colleges To Undocumented Students: You're Still Welcome

Washington D.C., Dec 6, 2016 / 12:32 am (CNA).- More than 100 presidents of Catholic colleges and universities have reaffirmed their support for undocumented students in light of questions about the future of U.S. immigration policy. “Many of us count among our students young men and women who...

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Aquinas College In Nashville Marks A Year Of Firsts With On-Campus Dorm

Nashville, Tenn., Oct 9, 2016 / 04:07 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Five decades into their establishment as a college, Aquinas College in Nashville is breaking ground on campus for the first time in over forty years, making a landmark addition to their school: a new residence hall. “We are now able to...

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How Should Catholic Educators Respond To Gender Ideology?

Birmingham, England, Oct 8, 2016 / 04:02 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- A rising push for gender ideology will have deep consequences, but Catholics can respond in the right way, an English bishop has told education leaders in his diocese. “We must always show genuine love and understanding to those who...

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Amid Communist Rule, A Catholic University Opens In Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Sep 21, 2016 / 03:02 am (CNA/EWTN News).- After 40 years, the first Catholic Church-operated university opened in Vietnam since the advent of communism in the country. "The institute aims to enhance theological knowledge and competence among all priests, religious and...

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New Catholic University Launches Sacred Art Master's

Denver, Colo., Sep 16, 2016 / 03:02 am (CNA/EWTN News).- A new Catholic university has announced the launch of their Masters of Sacred Art degree program, which is available online. The program will include the study of theology, philosophy, architecture, film, music and art, and is available...

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St. Augustine School In Culver City Celebrates 90th Anniversary

On Aug. 28, St. Augustine School in Culver City celebrated its 90th anniversary Mass at the church and held an open-door event for the community. The event, themed “Works of Mercy, Vision of Hope,” was held on the Feast of St. Augustine. Established in 1926 by the Daughters of Mary and Joseph,...

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Why This Diocese Is Ditching Common Core For Liberal Arts

Marquette, Mich., Aug 24, 2016 / 03:02 am (CNA/EWTN News).- The Diocese of Marquette in Michigan says it is already experiencing success in their process of adopting a Catholic liberal arts curriculum for all its schools, rather than using Common Core State Standards. The schools in the diocese...

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C3: How Catholic Educators Keep Up With Emerging Technology

From Google Classroom to Pinterest to iOS, this year’s C3 Technology Conferences helped Catholic educators and parish staff learn about how to use digital tools in the classroom and at church. The conference, in its fifth year, drew around 750 educators and parish staff from across the Los...

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Michigan High School Blends Jesuit Tradition With Special Needs Education

Detroit, Mich., Jul 1, 2016 / 03:56 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- In Michigan a new kind of specialized education is being crafted from the backbone of Jesuit formation, which will cater to students who learn differently than those in a traditional setting by focusing on special needs...